Tour of Controlled Burn Area
Ashland Forest Resiliency partners are working to return fire to the landscape after 100 years of fire suppression. An important part of the controlled burn program is education and outreach to the community. View our events page to learn more.
Reroute of Bull Gap
A short reroute of Lower Bull Gap and Corp Camp Trails will be effective Monday to Friday from 4 AM to 4 PM. When it is past 4 PM, riders and hikers can pass beyond the barriers at Bull Gap. For your personal safety and safety of workers, avoid use of these trails during the weekdays between hours of 4 AM and 4 PM.
End of Helicopter Operations
The Ashland Forest Resiliency and our partners with Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, The Nature Conservancy, Lomakatsi Restoration Project and The City of Ashland are pleased to announce that helicopter operations are coming to an end this Friday, June 30th. Despite difficult winter weather the project stayed on schedule thanks to diligent project managers with Lomakatsi.
FIRE SEASON UNDERWAY: Please report any suspicious campfires, smoke or fire activity in the Ashland Watershed. All camping is banned in the watershed due to the serious risk it imposes for fire.
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